Personality Adjectives Worksheets:
Memes - Match each adjective to the picture it describes. Write the letter of the picture on the line.
The Opposite - Write the opposite of each adjective that is located on the worksheet. For extra credit I have students draw pictures instead.
Sentence Fills - Choose a personality adjective to fill in the blank in each sentence. What type of mental picture do you get when you think of these words?
Describe Yourself -
Complete each sentence using a series of words to can be used to describe yourself. Try to be honest and see if you learn anything from this exercise.
Determine the opposite of each adjective by separating the prefix and the radical. It is amazing how two or three little letters will change everything.
Match the synonyms by writing the correct letter next to each of the numbers. A good vocabulary review for you.
Partner Work -
Work with a partner. Choose from the
words provided to fill in the blanks based on what you
think about your partner.
Write 7 sentences that use personality adjectives to
describe your classmates.
Complete Each - Choose a personality adjective to complete each sentence. We are looking for the best fits.
Positive or Negative? - Is this thought positive or
negative? Circle the answer. For extra credit you can have students examine the words more deeply.
Match the adjectives with their descriptions. You may need to really take time to consider the best placement of two of these sentences.
Phrase Fun -
Are the phrases below positive or negative? Write a + or - in the box. Some of these may seem like slang, but they are commonly acceptable uses of language.
Picture Fun -
Write a personality adjective to describe each picture. Use your best judgement. It is interesting to see what kids have to say about different images.
You will try to determine the polar opposite vocabulary to what is presented to you.